I’m currently a Ph.D. candidate in political science at the University of Florida.
My research explores the cross section of geography and politics, with a focus on redistricting. My dissertation research is focused on the post-2010 congressional redistricting of Florida, the litigation for which I acted as an analyst for the plaintiffs, where we were the first in the nation to have a map struck down for partisan gerrymandering reasons.
I’ve also done work in reprecincting, racial polarization, the cross-mapping of Census data and election results, automated redistricting, and data visualization.
To contact me, email bamos (at) ufl (dot) edu.